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Corpses
Nightfall :: Elisson

By nightfall, almost all of the flies were dead, their corpses scattered like raisins throughout the house.

    TAGS:  corpses, Dead things, flies, nightfall


It is important to note that the beheading of old corpses is a relatively easy, and of course, painless process, but those who find themselves the least bit squeamish over such a proposition would do well to join the Procrastination Branch of the Oliver Cromwell Recreation Society, since an old corpse will usually give up its head with little to no coaxing.

    TAGS:  guest scriner, beheading, corpses, coaxing, squeamish


“Aww honey,” the forensic pathologist clucked to herself as she examined the corpse, “that wasn’t very sage of you ratting out that mafioso.”

    TAGS:  Spice Cops, corpses, forensics, pathology, sage


She watched the forensic pathologist at work; A.L. Mond extracting the bits of evidence from the corpse, surely this victim had run out of thyme.

    TAGS:  death, Spice Cops, corpses, evidence, forensics, thyme, pathology


The Soggy Diety :: Keith

Hernando de Soto made the mistake of telling the natives he was a sun god, so that when he did die, his men had no choice but to preserve the lie by wrapping de Soto’s corpse in a blanket weighted down with sand and sinking it in the Mississippi River.

    TAGS:  soggy, corpses, de Soto, deities, Mississippi River, so so very very sogggy, Hernando de Soto, it's the not-so soggy scrine


 

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